Monday, January 31, 2011

Mini Amy Butler Quilt

Tonight I enjoyed some hand-sewing for the binding on this mini quilt. I have been enjoying this more lately, which surprises me, but once I slow down a bit and stop thinking about my next project, the one after that and all the ones I need to finish up in the mean time, I can actually relax and just stitch away.

I made these using some Amy Butler scraps I inherited and Kona Bone for the background. I quilted it with straight lines using either side of my walking foot, which made it go quickly!

It's bound in Kona Coal and now I just have to figure out what to do with it! Man it feels good to start and finish small projects!

Thanks for looking!


  1. I love, love this quilt! I love the simplicity of the blocks and the quilting. (By the way, I am inspired, amazed, and a little envious of how prolific you are!)

  2. What a great quilt! Love how you've quilted it as it seems to complement the circles and curves patterns in the material.

  3. That looks great! I'd like to try that in a bigger version. I just ordered Kona Coal for a "boy" quilt I'm starting with half-square triangles. I love how it contrasts your quilt :)

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